When the well-known pro-democracy activist Ted Hui fled from Hong Kong to Denmark in December, his Danish supporters arranged a meeting at Christiansborg, to which politicians from all parties were invited. This also includes the Social Democrats’ foreign affairs spokesperson, Annette Lind.
At the meeting, Ted Hui wanted to give politicians a first-hand insight into the situation in Hong Kong, which the Danish government has repeatedly called worrying.
Ted Hui himself had fled to Denmark to avoid a possible prison sentence in Hong Kong for his activities turned against the Chinese government.
While rapporteurs from the Liberal Party, Conservative Party, Radical Left Party, the Unity List, the Socialist People’s Party and the Free Greens showed up for the meeting at Christiansborg, Annette Lind was absent on the grounds that she was going to another meeting. No other of the Social Democrats’ 48 elected politicians came to the meeting.
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